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Boost motivation and encourage engagement

A DfE research report on 'the impact of pupil behaviour and wellbeing on educational outcomes’ (2012) states that ‘Children with higher levels of emotional, behavioural, social and school well-being on average have higher levels of academic achievement and are more engaged in school, both concurrently and in later years’.

Gutman, L and Vorhaus, J (2012) The impact of pupil behaviour and wellbeing on educational outcomes. DfE research report, [Online], page 39. Available at: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/219638/DFE-RR253.pdf [January 2016].

Take the LEAP- Focus on performance

With creative performance at the heart of what we do, LEAP combines structured play scenarios, with user- prompted development plans to facilitate positive individual outcomes. Encouraging effective personal behaviour change and social skills we promote opportunities for children to participate in and be part of an extended and more intensive empowerment programme than a normal school day can offer. We accelerate the impact of good mental and physical practices. Through a series of one-to-one and or group sessions children will gain an understanding of how to use the process to explore specific imagined or real-life situations, providing tools to navigate the terrain. The art of performance offers a gateway for children to investigate new and holistic ways of considering their own problems and challenges, offering solutions and actions to take on through life’s journey.

  • Person-Centred​ Development
  • Mental Well-being
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  • Physical ​Health
  • One-to-One Support
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  • Life Skills
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  • Behavioural Change

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Tony Cottee

Director- Sussex Cricket

"Brilliant! Amazing! The pupils were mesmerised"

Gwyneth Gibson

Head Teacher-

Lea Manor High School

" I believe in children, in sparking their imaginations and encouraging them to shine. It's important to be guided by their choices and an absolute joy to watch their faces as they realise that anything and everything is possible."

Sid Sloane - Childrens tv presenter and Life Coach